8 posts tagged with "javascript"

Automatically generate skip buttons to improve accessibility

February 17, 2023accessibilityjavascriptfrontend

Another common accessibility tool is the skip button. It comes in different forms. It would sometimes be smartly included in the design or hidden until needed.

Five common Javascript mistakes I am guilty of

February 02, 2023javascripterrorweb-development

Errors in code are normal. That is why we have a whole branch of the IT industry dedicated to quality assurance and testing. Javascript is the easiest programming language to learn, but it is also the easiest to get wrong. Javascript is a very forgiving programming language. As a result, Javascript code can be prone to errors.

Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock Game

November 20, 2022javascriptuianimation

I am a big Big Bang Theory fan. So is my wife. Her absolute favorite character is Sheldon Cooper. In one of the episodes Sheldon proposed an improved version of the rock-paper-scissors game. This version extends the possible moves to five(5). The additional two options would increase the possibility of win chances as it minimizes the chance of both players picking the same move.

Creating My Animated Bottom Bar Experiment

November 19, 2022javascriptcssui

I wanted to see how much we can do with CSS transitions. No keyframe animations at all. Although you would have more control over the…


March 02, 2015javascriptjqueryextension

Lightweight jQuery Plugin to transform links to images into quick previews. See project page for examples. Install Download files. Copy…

How To Make A Timer/Stopwatch Using AngularJS

September 28, 2014frontendangularjsui

I’ve got some leeway pushing Khrunus off the ground.  I’ve always been successful using JavaScript’s timing functions but since Khrunus would primarily be built-in in AngularJS. I have to research a way to reuse my timing snippets into proper Angular code.  To study, I built a simple angular app:

Install Twitter Search Widget

October 19, 2009uijavascript

When I started blogging again last September, I was delighted to get a template with built-in message polling to twitter. I played with it a bit and settled with the look you see at the right. I am not a prolific ‘twitterer’, but I love the whole concept of micropublishing.

NES on Javascript

September 21, 2009gamejavascriptwebsite

Here’s something amazing for Javascript, your good-ole  NES (Nintendo Entertainment System) games are now available and playable via Ben Firshman’s JSNES page. JSNES, is an NES emulator built on javascript’s canvas objects.

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